Jul 29, 2021

Requirements and motivations of quadruple helix stakeholders for active engagement in the Citizen Science

The INCENTIVE project aims to demonstrate the potential of citizen science through the co-creation, establishment and assessment of Citizen Science Hubs in four EU Universities: University of Twente (NL), Autonomous University of Barcelona (ES), Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (EL) and Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (LT). They have recently published a document that presents the requirements and motivations of quadruple helix stakeholders for active engagement in the Citizen Science Hubs of the H2020 INCENTIVE Project. This document provides a current overview of the perceptions, attitudes, concerns, motivational factors and obstacles with regard to participation in Citizen Science activities in four pilot countries: Greece, Lithuania, the Netherlands, and Spain. Click here to learn more.

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